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Lori L. Rubeling , M.A.L.A.

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Art & Visual Communication Design | School of Design
Lori Rubeling
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"'All American House' at Carroll Mansion showcases U.S.–Made furnishings, student design." Baltimore Sun. 29 April 2016. Web. 30 April 2016. http://www.baltimoresun.com/features/home-garden/bs-re-all-american-house-20160429-story.html 

"Stevenson University Senior Capstone Exhibition: Questions: Where We Start." Stevenson. 13 Jun. 2016. Web. 21 July 2016. <http://www.stevenson.edu/sutv-playlists/student-life-tuesday/vcd-2016-senior-capstone-exhibition>.  

"Stevenson University Senior Showcase: Memorandom." YouTube. 22 Apr. 2014. Web. 22 June 2014.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzJLBsrdchQ. 

"Stevenson University Senior Showcase: Portals." YouTube. 18 Apr. 2013. Web. 29 June 2013. <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9bontm_Yw0>.

 "Visual Design Gallery 2012: "Vitreous." YouTube. 19 Apr. 2012. Web. 29 June 2013. <http://bit.ly/13HR3AS>.

Education

M.A.L.A., St. John’s College, Annapolis

Studies in Architectural Theory, Cranbrook Academy of Art

B.F.A.,  Corcoran School of Art + Design

Professional Experience

For 20 years, Professor Rubeling was art director and lead designer for Rubeling & Kain Studios. This design/build studio expertise was in restoring interior architectural spaces.

 

Research

Lori Rubeling has been collaborating and teaching art and design curricula with communities and a variety of educational institutions for over 30 years. Her expertise in design education is entrepreneurial and interdisciplinary when collaborating with communities as they seek to research, prototype, test or implement communication programs or design projects.

Community clients include Carroll Mansion, Case[werks] Gallery and Showroom, D Center Baltimore, Irvine Nature Center, the Northeast Regional Honors Council, North Charles Business Committee, SHAG: Society for History and Graphics, and Station North Arts and Entertainment District.

 

 

Publications

Alesina, Inna and Lori Rubeling. "The Medium is the Message: Reinvesting in Environments and Communities Changes Habits - Station North Arts and Entertainment Case Study. Unmaking Waste 2015 Proceedings, 31 Mary 2015. Web. 15 Jun. 2015. <http://alesinadesign.com/wp-content/uploads/UMW2015-Conference-Proceedings_rueling_alesina.pdf.>

Rubeling, Lori. "Invisible Environments." Proceedings 2008. SVA: School of the Visual Arts. Feb. 2009. Web. 16 Sept. 2012. http://bit.ly/1EGoncT

 

Teaching

Professor Rubeling teachings in several departments:
Art + Visual Communication Design: Foundations, Communication Design studios, Capstone

Theatre and Media Performance program: Designer-In-Residence and faculty member

Humanities: Aesthetics

Highlights

Professor Rubeling curates, exhibits, leads workshops, and presents papers on art and design topics nationally and internationally.

 Awards:
2016
Stevenson University School of Design warded Best In Concept and Best In Design Communication  or the “2016 Made In America” design exhibition at the Carroll Mansion, Baltimore, MD.
 

2006
April 19th Declaration of Appreciation. Station North Arts & Entertainment District Progression[s] Exhibition President’s Award. Stevenson University. 
 

1999
Untitled (compass) 100-Square Foot House Commission. Curator: Gary Kachadourian. Artscape. Baltimore, MD. 
 

1985
Three Machines–Palmanova Project. Curator: Aldo Rossi. Terza Mostra Internazionale Di Architettura. Venice, Italy. Cranbrook Architecture Studio submission, Daniel Libeskind Architect-In-Residence. (Project awarded Stone Lion Prize.)

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